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Days of Action Against the Blockade Begins today in Washington DC

Orientation for grassroots advocacy visits with members of congress to discuss ending the blockade on Cuba took place today at the Institute for Policy Studies in Washington DC. Tomorrow several teams will fan out to various offices of members of congress to urge them to work on bills to end the travel ban and blockade of the island nation.

The advocates discussed strategy and priorities of how to approach what has been primarily an intransigent congress when it comes to Cuba. Alicia Jrapko, U.S. coordinator of the International Committee stressed to the group that “we do not want to allow the narrative on the hill to be just coming from those who want to maintain a failed 57 year old policy.”

Two full days of visits will begin tomorrow. Advocates came from Alabama, Massachusetts, Florida, Arizona, Michigan, Georgia, California, Maryland and Washington DC.

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‘The blockade is genocidal, criminal, irrational, immoral and more’

By Giusette León García – Cuba Si!

Alicia Jrapko, Talks with Cuba Si about the Days of Action against the Blockade Being organized in the US Capitol

The General Assembly of the UN will soon begin and once again the voice of Cuba will rise up against the blockade imposed by the United States on this island, but while diplomacy does its part in New York, the American people are standing with us in Washington calling for an end to this failed policy.

Alicia Jrapko, a dear friend of Cuba,  who has partnered with us in our most urgent causes, talked with CubaSí via email about the Days of Action

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The Donald Trump Administration has Strengthened the Blockade against Cuba

September 14, 2018

Photo: Bill Hackwell

Statement from the Permanent Mission of Cuba to the United Nations

The economic, commercial and financial blockade that the US government has imposed on Cuba since 1962 has been strengthened by the current administration of Donald Trump, who signed on June 16, 2017 in Miami, the “National Security Presidential Memorandum on the Strengthening of the United States Policy toward Cuba”. This document repealed the directive issued by President Barack Obama on October 14, 2016, entitled

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Days of Action Against the Blockade of Cuba are Just Around the Corner

Two important films; one showing the emphasis Cuba has placed on education since the Revolution and the other that demonstrates the neglect of education in Puerto Rico.

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Other events include a presentation on Monday September 24 at a High School in the Washington DC area

YOU CAN HELP

Organizing activities against the blockade in Washington DC and inviting people to speak isn’t just time-consuming and difficult, it is also expensive. We need your help to cover the costs associated with this project that aims to show why U.S. policy must be changed. Please donate whatever you can.

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Are You Feeling Confused?

Dominio Cuba
Published on Sep 5, 2018

Have you heard the story of some American diplomats who supposedly got sick in Cuba?
There has been talk of impossible acoustic weapons, viruses and brain damage, but the FBI itself went to Havana to investigate and did not find a single piece of evidence.

Are you feeling confused? It’s not your fault, someone’s trying to confuse you.

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